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2 - Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Ivory Towers Wek isor. Professor Profiles
Racial slur written on Diag

THURSDAY: FRIDAY:
Campus Clubs Photos of the Week
ABROAD IN ANN ARBOR

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10 years ago this week (March
19, 2002): A racially insensitive
phrase regarding affirmative
actinn was found written in yel-
low chalk on the Diag, the Daily
reported.
Panther McAllister, then-
speaker for the Black Stodent
Union, said the incident served
as a reminder to students that
there was more do he done to
improve race relations on cam-
pos and aroond the nation.
Then-LSA senior Erin Weber
told the Daily she was astoonded
to find racist comments on cam-
pus.
"It's disappointing that a cam-
pos as liberal and diverse as Ann
Arbor would still have hatefol
opinions floating aroond like

this," Weher said. "Yoo'd like to
think that ignorance lives some-
where else."
20 years ago this week (March
20, 1992): The University's
Department of Political Science
was ranked as the hest in the
country by U.S. News and World
Report list, tying with depart-
ments at the University of Cali-
fornia, Berkeley and Marvard
University, the Daily reported.
Arlene Saxonhouse, then-
chair of the Department of Polit-
ical Science, spoke to the Daily
ahout the department's past suc-
cess and newly-assigned rank-
ing.
"Obvioosly, we're delighted.
We've always been a strong

department - in the top three,"
Saxonhoose said.
30 years ago this week (March
21, 1982): At a day-long forum
titled "Rohots and Migh Tech-
nology: A new direction for
Michigan?" at Rackham Mall,
University stodents and fat-
olty presented various views
on increasing high-technology
indostries in the state, the Daily
reported.
The forum was organized by
students in the School of Natural
Resources, along with African
American Studies Prof. Bunyan
Bryant, the forum's opening dis-
cussion moderator.
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LSA sophomore Beka Gulama discusses his experenece
studying ahraad at an event yesterday.

CRIME NOTES
Moped no-ped Hatcher
WHERE: Thompson Street snatcher
WHEN: Sunday at ahout
4 p.m. WHERE: Matcher Gradu-
WHAT: A person reported ate Library
their modped was stolen WHEN: Sunday at about
hetween March 12 and 7 p.m.
March 14, University Police WHAT: Four thefts
reported. It has nothbeen occured Sunday night
reported whether the including unattended lap-
moped was locked up. No tops and an unattended
suspects have been identi- hackpack University Police
fled, reported.
Call me maybe? Boulevard of

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES
How to get into CORRECTIONS

WHERE: Duderstadt
Building
WHEN: Yesterday around
2:30 a.m.
WHAT: A cell phone was
reported stolen from the
study area on the third
floor, University Police
reported. The phone was
taken hetween 1 a.m. and
1:30 a.m.

broken glass
WHERE: Tisch Mall
WHEN: Saturday at ahout
11:S0 am.
WHAT: The glass window
of a door was shattered hy
an unkown person, Univer-
sity Police reported. Police
helieve the incident occured
between 11 and 11:30 a.m.

WHAT: A presentation
featuring the how-to's for
medical school applicants,
including various prepara-
tion techniques.
WHO: The Career Center
WHEN: Today at 3 p.m.
WHERE: Student Activities
Building, room 3200 SAB
The feminist
perspective
WHAT: A roundtable
discussion featuring the
perspectives of feminists on
campus, who aim to further
women's rights.
WHO: Multi-Ethnic Stu-
dent Affairs
WHEN: Tonight from 6:30
p.m. to 8 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan Union
Pond Room

* An article in the March
19 edition of The Michi-
gian Daily ("Mirante key
to backroom CSGnegotia-
tions'9 didn't include LSA
sophomore Louis Miran-
te's first name or title.
*An article in the March
19 edition of The Michi-
gan Daily ("Duderstat
shares history of activ-
ism") misstated that Dud-
erstat's hrother was one
of the first conscientious
objectors to the Vietnam
War. He was one of the
first from his hometown
to object to the war.
" Please report any
error in the Daily to
corrections@michi-
gandailycom.

1Politicians in Britain
have proposed privatiz-
lug roadways in order
to increase government rev-
enue and hoost a weaken-
ing infrastructure, Reuters
reported. Engineers in Lon-
don are seeking revenue to
fix the damaged roads.
2Despite unoriginal lyr-
ics, the dehut LP of
techno-hand Tanlines
moves beyond traditional
rave music, creating a sound
reminiscent of. a tropical
island party.
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3Dr. Fill, a crossword
puzzle-solving rohot
finished 141st out of
600 competitors in a cross-
word puzzle competition
last weekend, The New York
Times reported. The robot
got confused hy several of the
puzzles.

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